Hey there.. Welcome to the circus!
The one thing I would stress, considering your workout schedule, is to make sure you eat ALL your portions. You may/will find that if you don't your weight loss will slow down, or even stop. This happens because your body will struggle to retain all the calories/water it can to help with recovery.
It's almost as if it goes into starvation mode to compensate for the losses.
Also, what I was taught when I started working out again, is that if you eat lean protein and healthy carbs (fruit) immediately after your workout, you body will continue to burn calories/fat and the influx of protein will speed your body's recovery from the workout so you won't be as sore the next morning...
Congrats on the losses so far!!
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LAWL Goal - 105 lbs. (300-195)